Thanks to my Little Prince instagram account I've not only met a whole lot of other Little Prince fans, but a whole lot of crafty
With Valentine's Day around the corner why not make the delicious and beautiful Courtesan au Chocolat for your loved one. Better yet, make it together!
Check out my latest video showing you my DIY Mendl's boxes in 3 sizes :) Enjoy!
I wanted to install Lightroom 5 but it told me I needed at least 10.7 to install it. I have 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) and then I
I was reading the Show me your Dock series on Grace Smith’s blog and it inspired me to do my own show-and-tell Mac OS X Dock. I can use Windows. I used to know Windows backwards. Heck, I even used to know DOS backwards! But, I’ve been using Macs since forever and had my own since 1996. I loved them way before they became popular. And I love using the command key instead of the control key! Anyway, onto the dock, I love the dock! Since I have a widescreen display, I chose to have my dock running vertically to maximize the screen real estate. I ummed and erred about whether to put it on the left or right hand side for ages (it was, afterall, a life-changing decision! 😉 ) before deciding on the right because I didn’t want it interfering with the tool palettes in Photoshop and such.
Some genius over at photo.net by the name of Federico Sartorio wrote a tutorial about how to hack a PEZ dispenser to become a hot shoe gadget (a ‘hot shoe’ is the mounting part on top of certain cameras that enable you to attach an external flash). I found this over a year ago but it wasn’t till a few weeks ago that I finally went ahead and did it. It is quite hard to find PEZ in Australia, at least, interesting character ones. I got mine from a toy store but Target has an OK range. You can probably also get them at specialized candy stores.
I am a really sentimental person and I know I would be gutted if I ever lost any of my precious photos. So, I have developed (what I consider) an efficient workflow and it works for me. However, I constantly see others who don’t have any sort of workflow and then get upset when they lose photos or can’t find them on their computer, etc. When I say workflow, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s related to work, I am also talking about personal photos. If your photos are important to you, I’d say taking simple measures and precautions would be wise.